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 Oct 27, 2005 - 04:00 PM - by Michael
* Mark Rein slams Revolution

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Ouch - Epic's own Mark Rein has a few choice words about the upcoming Revolution controller:

Speaking at an IGN Live event about the 'freestyle' controller, Mark Rein told the audience: "Don't kid yourself - you're going to see more gimmicky, crappy, cheap, I-wish-I-hadn't-bought-it gimmick games based around that controller than you can ever possibly imagine.

"I guarantee you there's going to be lots of people who say the whole reason for this game is this controller, we made the perfect game for the controller. And all it'll be is about the controller, and not necessarily a great game."
Could be, might not. The DS is getting some nice games, but aside from Nintendogs, I'm not sure any of them really needed the stylus/touchpad to be done.
 

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